Russell Crowe movie moved up to a July theatrical release as studio says 'we are the canary in the coal mine'

Unhinged
(Image credit: Solstice Studios)

It's not every day that the coronavirus pandemic results in a movie hitting theaters earlier than planned.

But on Tuesday, Solstice Studios made the surprise announcement that the new Russell Crowe thriller Unhinged has shifted its theatrical release date up to July 1 from September, meaning this could end up being the first new film to hit movie theaters since they closed due to the coronavirus crisis, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

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